Leonhard Lechner

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Leon(h)ard Lechner (ca. 1553 – 9 September 1606) was a German composer and music editor who worked with Orlando de Lassus.


Lechner's exact place of birth is unknown. The by-name he occasionally used, "Athesinus", refers to origins in the Adige Valley in what is now the Italian province of South Tyrol. He died in Stuttgart.

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